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Part Number: ADC32RF80
Hello! I have custom board with two ADC32RF80 + LMK04828 + FPGA. I run ADC on Fs = 2400 Mhz, Single-Band Complex Output, Decimation = 32, LMFS = 2441. Both ADCs and FPGA clocked from one LMK (reference clocks and sysrefs).Every ADC work fine, I see good samples. I have issue to synchronize data from two ADC. Both ADCs get same signal from generator. In FPGA I see skewed samples after JESD link (1-4 shifted samples).
Here are my steps to set up system:
1. Reset LMK over GPIO pin.2. Initialization of LMK, SYSREF disabled.3. Reset ADC over GPIO pin.4. Initialization of ADC (I also setup the register 0x01E DDC DET LAT).5. Initialization of JESD interface in FPGA.6. Enable SYSREF as aperiodic multi-shot pulses (Datasheet page 33, 18.104.22.168 Using SYSREF): a) write to LMK SYSREF pulse command (1st SYSREF) b) delay > 40 us c) set MASK CLKDIV bit in ADC d) write to LMK SYSREF pulse command (2nd SYSREF) e) write to LMK SYSREF pulse command (3rd SYSREF) f) set MASK NCO and LMFC counter bit in ADC g) write to LMK SYSREF pulse command (4th SYSREF)
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